Call for Abstracts - Social Science for Equitable Coastal Resilience Conference
Climate change is exacerbating all issues related to coastal management, including human health, food security, transportation, the economy, and the environment. Historically marginalized communities are often impacted the most.
Presentations and discussions at the Social Coast Forum 2024 will focus on applying social science data, tools, and practices to build climate resilience in coastal communities.
Submit an abstract today (300 words or less) to present in person at the event in Charleston, South Carolina, February 12 to 15, 2024. Abstracts are due September 29, 2023.
All presentations should focus on climate resilience under one of the following tracks:
- Incorporating Equity into Planning, Policy, and Adaptation
- Understanding, Respecting, and Collaborating with Traditional Ecological Knowledge
- Integrating Social Science Data and Methods into Collective Action
- Assessing and Communicating Risk to All Communities
- Understanding Community Experiences, Values, and Well-Being
- Engaging All Stakeholders for Action
Submitting Your Abstract
You will need to complete the Google form in one sitting, so be prepared with a short abstract of 300 words or less that you can copy and paste into the form and one to two sentences describing the presentation. You will also need to answer a few questions about your abstract and provide author information and your preferred session track and session type.
Before proceeding to the abstract submission form, we suggest that you review the supplemental document that contains a list of all the questions that will be asked on the submission form.